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Does Zoning Help or Hinder Transit-Oriented (Re)Development?
Jenny Schuetz (au); Genevieve Giuliano (au); Eun Jin Shin (au)
Despite its reputation as a car-oriented city, the Los Angeles (L.A.) metropolitan area has made substantial investments in developing rail transit. In contrast to cities with older ńˇýlegacyńˇŁ rail stations, rail stations in L.A. were added to an already dense built environment, with auto oriented zoning and established land use patterns. This paper examines whether redevelopment is occurring around L.A.ńˇ╗s rail stations, and whether zoning and related public policies are facilitating or constraining transit-oriented development (TOD). Results illustrate that redevelopment around transit stations involves complex interactions between physical environment, economic conditions and public interventions. Incompatible zoning and related land use policies may constrain growth near stations, but TOD-friendly zoning alone is not sufficient to spur development. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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